PULLMAN, Wash.– Washington State University’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources reports the Greystone Foundation-Koppel Farm Mid-Week Farmers’ Market begins its weekly seasonal schedule Wednesday, July 1.
Open Wednesdays from 4-7 p.m. through September at the Koppel Farm, Professional Mall Boulevard and Derby Street in Pullman, the market includes local small-scale growers and Koppel Farm Community gardeners.
Vendors pay $5 per day or $50 for the three-month season. Products must be locally-grown (Pullman/Moscow/Lewiston/Clarkston areas) vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers, or be made from locally-grown food and plant products.
Questions about the market can be directed to Liza Rognas, 334-6168. The market is part of the WSU center’s commitment to community food security.